Originally published: April 29, 2012
Last updated: April 29, 2012 - 6:07pm
[Commentary] Here’s a step-by-step guide Congress can follow in order to quell any concerns about how CISPA will be used.
Step 1: Figure out what you actually want
Step 2: Let’s see some conditions
Step 3: Lose the black box
Step 4: If all else fails, make it longer
Step 5 (for citizens): Contact your senators
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